Julie Strange

November 21, 1968 ~ August 7, 2022

Born in: Abilene, TX
Resided in: Arlington, TX

Julie Angela Strange, 53, of Arlington, Texas, unexpectedly passed away on Sunday, August 7, 2022. Julie was born in Abilene, Texas to Jerry and Judy (McCartney) English on November 21, 1968. Julie grew up in Abilene and graduated from Cooper High School. She went on to Texas A&M University and graduated with a B.B.A. in Accounting & Finance and was a practicing CPA in the Arlington, Texas area where she resided. Julie met her husband, Robby, in college and they were married on August 12, 1995.

Julie was the mother to 2 beautiful children, Cole (21) and Claire (14), and was very active in their schools and extracurricular activities as she held various leadership positions in PTA, Boy Scouts, and Girl Scouts just to name a few. Julie volunteered her time regularly to support others through the church and other community organizations and would do anything for anyone as she always put others before herself.

Julie was preceded in death by her mother and is survived by her loving husband Robby; son Cole Strange; daughter Claire Strange; father Jerry English; brother Jay English and wife Lori along with their children Emily (English) Overgaard, Sydney English, Ross English; brother Jason English and wife Stacey along with their children Jordyn English, Addison English.

Julie’s selfless acts and commitment to others was evident even at the very end as she was participating at a service project with her children when she collapsed unexpectedly of sudden cardiac arrest. She will be missed greatly and her impact on others will never be able to be measured. She was accepting of all and a true friend to all that she met.

Visitation with the family will be held on Saturday, August 20, 2022 from 2:00 pm – 4:30 pm at Wade Family Funeral Home located at 4140 W. Pioneer Parkway, Arlington, TX 76013. A memorial service celebrating her beautiful life will take place at First United Methodist Church of Arlington at a later date.

Flowers will be accepted at the funeral home for the visitation or later at the church upon scheduling of the memorial service. Meal arrangements for the family can also be accomplished through the following link: https://www.mealtrain.com/trains/08ed39 .

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  1. CandleImageOur thoughts and prayers to the family. She was a beautiful lady even though we had never met. Deepest sympathy to all.

  2. Julie is one of the kindest and most giving people I have ever met. My life was blessed from just knowing her. She is loved and missed. My prayers are with her family.

  3. CandleImageJulie you will be missed. We had really good times in the Wimbish PTA and our cherished time at Wimbish helping our children become productive citizens. Bake sales, carnivals, Friday treats, meetings, science night’s, planning meetings & dancing to bands at the Levitt Pavilion.
    We even went to Texas Motorspeedway together, fun memories. Keeping Robbie & Cole & Claire in my prayers.

  4. CandleImageCole and Claire are the blessings Julie has left to this world! Miss Her? Just be around and look at those two, they both carry her with them in their kindness and fun loving ways ! We will see Julie again until then we take comfort knowing she is hanging out in Heavenly Places!

  5. CandleImageI had known Julie since I was a child as her Mom and my Dad grew up in Tye together. My Dad said there wasn’t a better or nicer family than the McCartneys. I hadn’t talked to Julie since high school and then her Mom Judy passed away. I messaged her through Facebook and we started talking and did so pretty regularly over the past year and 3 months. Julie was the kindest, most loyal, and the most positive person I have ever known. Robby, Cole, Claire, Jay, Jason, Kelli
    W and Jerry you may not know me but I knew everything about you. Julie adored her family and constantly talked about them in such a positive light. Julie was an Angel on earth and I feel sure she will continue in that role in heaven with her Mom and grand mother that she so dearly loved. My heart, my thoughts and my prayers are with you all.

  6. I worked with Julie at State National during the time Cole was born. I wanted to let you guys know that Julie was one of the best bosses I’ve ever had. She was so kind and brilliant. She displayed all the fruits of the spirit and inspired others to be great. She will be missed greatly without a doubt. Praying for peace and comfort for your families. God bless you all.

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